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    Finding all real numbers that solve Sinx = -(sqrt(3))/2

    I need to find all of the real numbers that make Sinx = -(sqrt(3))/2

    The solution I came up with is:

    { x| x = 5pi/3 + 2kpi or x = 4pi/3 + 2kpi } Where K is any interger.

    Is this correct? If not could you please explain how I would find a solution? Thank you in advance.
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    you are correct
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